Keyword: Moroccan

Easy Spiced Chicken Kebab

This recipe is best cooked on a grill. The smoky flavor of the grill accentuates the flavors of the marinade. Serve this with yellow saffron rice and a Cucumber Tomato Salad to really feel like you’re in the Middle East. There is a lot of garlic, you can use...

Shakshuka

Shakshuka has been in Mediterranean cuisine for centuries. It is eaten all over the Middle East, and is especially loved In Israel. I believe it could be the national dish of Israel! Shakshuka is a dish of poached eggs in a fragrant, spicy sauce of tomatoes, peppers, onions and...

Moroccan Pancakes

These pancakes sound so fancy, but they are really very simple to make. They are totally make ahead, so they’re great for a holiday breakfast, a sleepover, or just when you want a Sunday morning treat. They are great with coffee or a nice strong cup of tea. Print...

Lamb Tagine

Lamb tagine can be made in a Dutch Oven if you don’t have a tagine. The tagine is great for presentation, but the stew cooks just the same in a Dutch Oven. This is one of Morocco’s famous dishes known throughout the world. It has the delicious aroma of...

Chicken Tagine with Lemon and Olives

This is a classic Moroccan dish. Serve this to friends and really impress them with your spice skills! This dish should even appeal to the kids, it’s spicy, but not hot spicy. Make it a party and serve a Moroccan dessert such as Orange Cake, and Mint Tea. Print...

Moroccan Orange Cake

This orange cake is a great end to an exotic Moroccan meal. It’s easy to make, just one bowl! If your oranges are really sweet, you can use just one cup of sugar. If you’d like to make it vegan, substitute the eggs with 2 tbsp ground flax seeds,...

Moroccan Spice Rub

This rub is delicious sprinkled on any meat before you grill it. Add some salt to the mix and maybe some brown sugar to help the meat to caramalize while it’s grilling. Otherwise, use this in tagines and casseroles to give any dish an exotic flair Print Recipe Moroccan...